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    Default 1980 moto guzzi

    well about 2 months ago i bought 3 cb 350s for a grand. driving home i saw a bmw r80 and sold the cbs the next day. thinking the r 80 would be about 2500 bucks, the guy who owned it couldnt have been more of a dick to me, and wanted 5500 bucks. so i stumbled upon this thing about 2 weeks ago



    2500 original miles and doesnt burn a drop of oil so i tore most of it down tonight and built my exahust






    awsome little scoot. gonna make a tailsection next week one night and build a set of bars.
    probably make my own rear sets for it and build a seat.
    its an awsome little bike and a ton of fun already.

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    Looking forward to see what you'll do with this. Cool bike

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    Cant believe you cut into that!
    With rear sets and a few shit parts taken off and a few performance parts put on you would have had a hell of a bike.

    Im interested in seeing what you end up doing with this, but so far I cant wrap my head around what your doing! rears sets are out as far as I can tell and I guess you plan on installing a bunch of heat shields and insulation to protect yourself, your tire and your electronics?

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    what do you mean by rear sets are out? and i plan on rewiring most of it, and stuffing the battery under the tank in back of the heads.

    its only a 500cc. if it was the v70 itd be a different story. ive seen those go for 8grand.

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    progess

    sorry for the crummy iphone pictures left the camera home today

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    Hell yea! I've loved Moto Guzzi's ever since I watched a co-worker rebuild his.
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    Its nice to see someone doing something other than a sporty or trump

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    Looks cool! And its nice to find something in good shape to start with, too. I got my parts back from the painter and will have my Guzzi back on the road this month.
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    thanks for the compliments, ill have some more up to date pictures tomorrow

    i havent worked on it in a few weeks bc i hate myself right now but ill get over that soon.
    warm weathers comming and this little thing is gonna be sweet

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    been in a super shitty rut, and i will post more pictures of the build tonight but this is where the bikes at right now. again i apologize for falling off the earth for a month. its rad to see the guzzi love



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    Very nice work man - really diggin the Guzzi

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    Noice!!

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